The Danish state prison designed by CF Møller Architects is located in Falster, Denmark. A key principle in C. F. Møller’s concept is the incorporation of sports facilities, areas for animal husbandry and gentle landscaping. Arranged in a basic star shape, the prison blocks – four regular and one high security wings – protrude out from the central administration building, an occupation building and a cultural centre with library, religious worship room, sport facilities and a shop.
The complex is part of a long-term restructuring plan and will replace the outdated state prison in Vridsløselille, originating from 1859. Designed to cater for 250 inmates, the new facility will include a network of streets and a central square, with various leisure and working resources.